Author: Regina Co

  • Article: Going Pro for Proshots

    For ERA Journal’s December 2021 Issue, Get Real, I wrote the article Going Pro For Proshots, promoting the benefits of streamed theatre. The article is from pages 55-57 on this link, but the relevant pages are down below.

  • Short Story: Stop! In The Name of Love and Profit

    My short story, Stop! In The Name of Love and Profit, has been published in the online version of UCL’s SAVAGE Journal. To read the story, click this link.

  • National Youth Theatre Sunday Session: TV

    Performed Beatrice’s monologue adapted from “Much Ado About Nothing” and played “Rose” in Nadia Anim’s “Good O’Love.” Curated by NYT member, Kerrica Kendall. Timestamps: 20:37-23:00 – Much Ado About Nothing (adapted from Act 4 Scene 1) 59:57-1:00:30 – “Rose” in “Good O’Love”

  • UCL Drama Society New Writing Festival: Unknown Body No. 1

    Played “Number 2” in Gaia Greco’s short online play, “Unknown Body No. 1.” Online production was shown on February 27 2021.

  • Online Reading of Lauren Yee’s CHING CHONG CHINAMAN

    Held by Equity UK South and Southeast London chapter on December 18 2020 Directed by Jonathan Man (Monkey!, wAve)

  • Song: Stuck In The Middle

    This song is more lighthearted and comedic. I drew inspiration from being the third wheel in many a high school romance. However, I felt that the idea of self-love and self-acceptance is not often sung about in modern, mainstream music. It’s usually about being heartbroken. So, I wanted to put a positive spin to what […]

  • Song: Just Break Free

    I first performed this song as part of my school’s TEDx conference in early March 2019. I wrote this song while thinking about my own future, a universal feeling that every high school student experiences. At the same time, I also felt that the idea of failure is not often talked about, so that is […]

  • Poem: Shoes.

    This poem was published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on the 28th of September 2019. I wrote this poem after reflecting on how I have grown as a person over the years. And the symbol of shoes just came naturally to me— the symbol perfectly encapsulates one’s identity at a certain point of time. As […]

  • Poem: Mama.

    Mama is not just about my mother. It is part-social-commentary, part-love-poem, from the perspective of a young daughter (me) on ageing. It highlights how a daughter’s love goes beyond appearances, which I hope many people can relate to. This poem was published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on September 11, 2019. I hate the wayMy […]

  • Poem: The Battlefield.

    This poem is a bit different from what I usually talk about in my poetry, but I had a lot of fun writing it! I also like that this poem is very hopeful against its grim setting. Although I’ve never experienced war, it was very interesting to explore something foreign to me. The dawn breaks […]